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I just got on a project that requires me to be remote. I feel like this is will limit my impact and stunt my career growth and I'm looking for Senior this year. Any advice? Can I avoid the project?

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Avoiding the project when you've just been staffed may be hard. Do you have a sense of how long it'll run? Maybe you can just ride it through and start networking for other projects in the meanwhile.

Try to be in office on Fridays and strive to balance networking/interactions with work on those days.

Not sure which office/practice you're from but majority of advisory folks in big cities travel for work and some don't even make it to the office for weeks straight.

Enjoy not living in a hotel!

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If you are offered voluntary redundancy would you accept it?

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